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Maynard Weston Dow (1929–2011) and “Geographers on Film”
Martin, Geoffrey J.
Is Wildland Fire Increasing in Sagebrush Landscapes of the Western United States?
Baker, William L.
Modeling Geographic Behavior in Riotous Crowds
Torrens, Paul M.; McDaniel, Aaron W.
Accounting for Spatial Autocorrelation in Linear Regression Models Using Spatial Filtering with Eigenvectors
Thayn, Jonathan B.; Simanis, Joseph M.
Using High-Resolution Population Data to Identify Neighborhoods and Establish Their Boundaries
Spielman, Seth E.; Logan, John R.
Access to Primary Health Care: Does Neighborhood of Residence Matter?
Bell, Scott; Wilson, Kathi; Bissonnette, Laura; Shah, Tayyab
Principal Component Analysis on Spatial Data: An Overview
Demšar, Urška; Harris, Paul; Brunsdon, Chris; Fotheringham, A. Stewart; McLoone, Sean
Migration, Acculturation, and Environmental Values: The Case of Mexican Immigrants in Central Iowa
Carter, Eric D.; Silva, Bianca; Guzmán, Graciela
From “Primitive Migration” to “Climate Refugees”: The Curious Fate of the Natural Environment in Migration Studies
Postcolonial Imaginations: Approaching a “Fictionable” World through the Novels of Maryse Condé and Wilson Harris
Noxolo, Patricia; Preziuso, Marika
To Storm the Citadel: Geographies of Protest at the Summit of the Americas in Québec City, April 2001
Lessard-Lachance, Maxime; Norcliffe, Glen
The Migration Dynamics of the “Creative Class”: Evidence from a Study of Artists in Stockholm, Sweden
Borén, Thomas; Young, Craig
Neoliberalization, Transnational Migration, and the Varied Landscape of Economic Subjectivity in the Totonacapan Region of Veracruz
Popke, Jeff; Torres, Rebecca Maria
Reproducing Everyday Peace in North India: Process, Politics, and Power